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Times - And Recommendations - Are Changing

Times Recommendations

As medicine and the medical field are constantly changing, we always have to be aware of the important updates in recommendations for screening and treatment. The most recent and notable change in the GI field is that the American Cancer Society is advising lowering the recommended age for...

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Celiac Disease Could Be the Culprit in Your Stomach Pain

Celiac Disease Blog

You could have celiac disease, a hereditary autoimmune disease, and not even know it. The disease can sometimes go undetected and undiagnosed for many individuals. They may mistake symptoms for gluten sensitivity or other gastrointestinal issues, or the disease may not present any indications....

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It’s Time to Speak Up about IBS

Ibs Blog

It’s time. Time for us to better understand irritable bowel syndrome. Time for those who endure its symptoms to speak up. Time for silent sufferers to get help. IBS does not have to be this strange, unspoken, embarrassing disorder. We don’t have to feel strange and embarrassed to talk about it. 30...

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Preventing Colon Cancer Before It Strikes

Colon Cancer Awareness

Today, colon cancer is the third most common cancer diagnosis and third leading cause of cancer deaths in the United States. The sad part is, colon cancer can be easily detected or prevented due to regular screenings and simple lifestyle changes. This month, as we honor those who fought a battle...

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It Might Not Be Gluten Causing Your Discomfort

Gluten Free Fructan

The benefits of gluten-free diets have been prescribed and understood for years for people whose digestive systems can’t handle the ingredient. It has long been followed by people who suffer from celiac disease or a doctor diagnosed non-celiac gluten sensitivity, but is becoming much more popular...

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